People in California are familiar with the latest form of illegal street racing, sideshows and takeovers, where huge groups of people gather around stunting cars and close down roads and intersections. It’s a serious problem for local communities, and unfortunately, it’s spreading. A new story in The Oregonian shows…
I’m pretty sure the largest demographic group in the city of Portland is the community of Subarus. Portland is lousy with Subarus, which is why it may be the only place in the U.S. where hearing that one was accidentally stolen, then returned, with gas money, actually makes some sort of sense.
Yesterday we got a tip about a note reportedly left on a Volkswagen Jetta TDI from a wise-ass Portland resident, informing the owner about his cute, deadly, Fascist car. And guess what? It’s real. Unfortunately.
Full disclosure, I have no clue if this is legit or not. But I wouldn’t be surprised at all if it turned out to be real, because Portland.
A Washington police officer pulled a family to safety just before their car was overturned by a wave on Tuesday evening.
Today, justice has symmetrical all-wheel drive and a boxer engine. Police in Portland have arrested a man they believe stole dozens of older Subarus and Toyotas in the city over the past few months.
Before they became the modern, hot-selling, Volkswagen-crushing mainstream brand they are now, Subaru was a niche brand that mostly appealed to people in states with bad weather. The older ones, being the tough workhorse cars they are, remain common sights in places like Portland, Oregon. That's changing thanks to the…
Uber launched in Portland, Oregon on Friday, and like previous pushes into new cities, it knew full well that it was against the law. Portland's lawyers were apparently busy over the weekend, because they just sued the ridesharing company to stop operations in the city.
The other week, a man in Australia was siphoning gas from a car while smoking when he lit himself on fire. We thought he was the only person dumb enough to do this. Apparently he isn't. Stop smoking and siphoning.
I don't even know where to begin with this Craigslist ad out of Portland that encourages young people sick of "working for table scraps" to make the "long trek to the promised land. Detroit."
This truck was found in a tree near Portland, OR on Sunday morning. The best part? They don't really know how it got there. And yes, they spoke to the driver.
Police in Portland, Maine released this surveillance video of either one or two vandals tossing a roman candle into a parked 2009 Nissan Versa on July 17th. The culprits are still on the loose.
We have seen a number of car ads on Craigslist over the last couple of years, including what could only be described as the greatest car ad ever.
What you're looking at is the extinguished engine bay of a Lamborghini Gallardo that caught fire outside the Portland Auto Show yesterday. Supercars sometimes burst into flames unexpectedly, but this was no random accident. This was the work of complete idiots.
By now you should be familiar with fashion mogul Ralph Lauren's classic car collection, which includes the rarest and most beautiful cars ever built and has been on a traveling show around the world. But how do you install a car in a museum?
It's no secret Ferraris are renowned for their ability to drive women crazy. Unfortunately, a Portland dealership full of them drove one woman so insane she used her green Honda to punch a few holes in the showroom this morning.
There's a rally afoot in the hills of Oregon and we're headin' there; giant cameras and even bigger energy drinks in hand. Keep tabs on all of these crazy, dirty happenings after the jump.
This is Down On The Street Bonus Edition, where we check out interesting street-parked cars located in places other than the Island That Rust Forgot. Today's find is a '72 Plymouth Duster (or maybe it's a '71) with an innovative customization job. Dorsai3d shot the Billy Jack's Revenge on the damp streets of Portland,…